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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

THE GENTEAL.PEESS. I'CriLICIIKO F.VERY FRIDAY MOKNING, AT BELLEFONTE, PA., - BY" Wion Forney & J. G> Kurtz, ON'THE FOLLOWING TERMS.: Two Dollars a year, which may be discharged by the pajment of Onk Dollar and Fifty Cknts Rpiorclhe expiration of six tnonts from ihelime of euhscribing. No subscription ;eceived for a less peiind than six moms. 0^ No paper will be discontinued until all anea rage's are paid unless at the option of the publisher RATES OF ADVERTISING. The following are our terms of advertising, which will be strictly adhered to: One square, (12 lines) three insertions, §1 00 Kvnry subsequent insertion, 25 Auditors' Notices, J *|0 Administrator and Executors'Notices, 1 75 Notice, of Applicants for License, 1 00 N.iticcs for Strays, ',1SS Merchants, (4 squares) by the year, 10 00 Merchant Tailors and Grocers, by year. 8 00 Mechanics' and Professional Cards, by year, 5 00 Standing advs , one column, per year, 30 00 Half Column, (standing.) J""0 Quarter Colu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

AW AII HOY, ATTORN EY- AT -LAW WILL attend promptly to all legal business entrusted to him. Special attention given to the Orphans' Court Practice and Scrivening. IIij clfice is with the Hon. James T. Hale, where he can'alw.iys be consulted, in the English and Ocrnitn Languages. Bellefonte, May 5, *58. JOU\ MITCHELIi. HI. D. Office on Spring Streel, just above Bishop Street .BELLEFONTE, CENTRE CO., PA., Offers his professional services to his old friends and the public. Oct. 15,'58-tf. COHTETAWCIHG. „,, D REDS, BONDS. MOKT«A<3fc,S. and ART1 CLKS OF AGREEMENT neatly and correct ly executed. Also, attention will be given to th( adjustment of Book Accounts, and accounts of Ad ministratois and Executors prepaicd for filling. \VM. J. KKALSH. Office next door to the Post Office Bellofontc, April 7. '58-tf. "" G. L.. POTTER, Mi »• Office on High Street (old office), BELLEFONTE, CENTRE CO, PA. Will attend to prefessional calls as heretofore, and r<-«»ectfully offers hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

PLEASANT GAP, CENTRE CO., PENN'A. f PHIS Hotel is pleasantly located on the I Bellefonte and Lewistown Turnpike, and has imTple accommodations for strangers and travellers. THE BAR is always supplied with the choicer and best variety of liquors which the market af. i/.rds.-To the house, there is attached commodii,„s and excellent stabling OclLISSS. PAPER "PLEASANT GAP HOTEL J. G. IiABIMER, Prop

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

^ll p^^rWALL < The largest, cheapest and best assortmen , r Wall Paner iusl received, consisting ol every va -iwy.l)apeP . color and pattern. Buff Vase Oak B Ua m«F Gilt, varying from 6 cents to §1.25 per f ,'e Call and examine our stock, and we feel con *'&'IS Ca" 8Uit ?Q8. R- MUFFLY&CQ_ Dissolution. rpHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOI fore existing under the firm sf Green & M'- Mrcn, Pru»»ists. has thisd.iy been dissolved by mutual consent. All peisons having unsettled ai:cuunts with said firm are hereby requested to call and make settlement immediately. J. G M'MEEN, The business will still b,a continued at the old stand by the undersigned, who takes this opportunity of returning his sincere thanks to the public for their generous patronage, and hopes by prompt attention to business to merit a continuance of the same. Dec. 1st, 1558. F.P.GREEN. . ORANGES, Lemons, Figs, Raisins and Confectioneries for sale at the cheap Grocery god Provision Store of Jos. R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

W. A. THOMAs, Jr. & CO. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, GROCERIES, QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE, FISH AND SALT. Which they are now opening, and offer w the public and their friends. THEY ALSO HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH or GRAIN: FISH, SALT, PLASTER, COAL, FLOUR, and the usual supply of goods with which they have been furnishing their large custom. Bellefonte. Nov. 26th, '58.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

Baltimore, M<1. — . * •» » » » ' —» REFER TO MSSRS CURTIN & BLANCHARD, BELLEFONTE, PA Oct. 1.1858.—ly. MEYERS & MC'DEVIT. WHOLESALE GROCERS Liquor Dealers & Rectifiers, No. 201 liberty Street, PITTSBURGH. Oct. 8th, 1858— tf. "CDCKEY&CO. LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WEST FALLS AVENUE

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

LAW PARTNERSHIP. ANDREW G. CURTIN. EDMUND BLANCHARD. rr^HE undersigned having associated them-1 selves in the practice of Law, will faithfully attend to all professional bussiness entrusted to their care in Centre, Clearfield and Clinton counties. All collections placed in their hands, will receive their prompt attention. Office in the new Cottage Building, on Allegheny street. CURTIN & BLANCHARD. Dec. 1. 1854 DENTAL CARD. II. B. PARttY—Surgeon Dentist. (Late of Lancaster, Pa.) HAS located permanently in Bellefonte, Centre county, where he proposes practicing all the various branches of his profession in the most approved manner, and at moderate charges. Office and residence in the house occupied or Mrs. E. Benner, directly opposite the residence of the late Hon. Thomas Burnside. O@ii2»dlo We take pleasure in recommending Dr. H. B. ParrV to our friends as a thorough and accompltbed Dentist. C. H. Brhslkb, M. D., p James Locke JJ1. D. Bellefonte, March 24. '58-42-ly. TE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

FANCY ARTICLES. The largest and best assortment of Fancy Articles in town, n always be had at the Drug Store of November 5th, '58 GREEN & McMEEN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

The Prayer Meeting. "You will be at the meeting to-night, Marston ?" said a man ta his friend. They had stopped at the corner of a street, and were about separating. "Oh, yes. I wouldn't miss one of these Wednesday night meetings on any account. I enjoy them very much; and gain strength fur duty. You will be there ?" "Of course; nothing but a matter of fife"and death could keep me away." '•Good evening.'' "Good evening. Come early; Marston." And the two men separated. Both had recently joined the Church, and both were ardent in their new life," almost to enthu siasm. On bis arrival at home, Marston found that preparations for tea were not in a very encouraging state of advancement; so he said," in a cheerful way, to his wife, who was "oing about with a baby in her arms. "You must hurry up things a little, Anna. This is Wednesday night, you know, and I wouldn't fail being at the meeting on any account. Give Maggy to me. There; now your hands are free. I ought to have come home a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

4 • • • » - From the Altoona Tribune. £el!-TaIe; Shadows. BY TALMOK Twayne'shanow3:iell-;fule on ye wal—Ayne waseileytele—j-eothyer.launke & tal; Aynearme of heyse shauyow Was. abo.ute.sheyse shadyow, , Thoughe'thyate'.wase'tia al—Mori I c3h-"ria7ie\-—^-b'uf knowe-yee-thyse, Thyat teaye, dy'd na se twaone shadyows ,-kysse.-: • [Very ancient Mass. Have .you-ever thought what strange things Shadows are ? asked an intellegent patient as I sat by her bedside. ^1 turned more directly towards her, and gazed fur; a'moment into her large blue eyes ; with'an'intent and inquiring look, for tbc-singular interrogatory'¦:somewhat astonished the. - I' had been conversing with her for an hour or .more, and she was -evidently quite rational. Jtndeed, I.-had never foundJierotherwise,notwithstanding she had been an : invalid forr years, and 'sometimes for months in succession, suffered greatly from disease from which the "healing art" could afford her but little relief. Herlntellectual ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

FALL & WINTER CLOTHING _WM. M'CLELLAND T)E3PECTFTLLY iaforms his old cus-_LV> tomers and the pobSe that he has received one of the largest and best setected stock of Ready made Clothing as well as a large and select ass re ment of Cloths, Casimers, Satinetls, Satins <£c.,e«eiollered to the people of Centre County, comprising, a selection of The Lar* est,Cheapest AND BES I- STOCK OF V READY-MADE CLOTBIJVG. . FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, in which is embraced every article necessary for a gentleman's cor opleie wardrobe. His stock hasbeen selected with greal care." and he flatters himself that the goods now offered, were not only purchased witaa view to economy, but will* a fixed, purpose not lo be excelled in durability,, elegance ai:a; fashion. In order to keep up with the trade of large rkies. he has established the cask syxteirt hoping by adhering to sorb a system of business, to- bc'enabled always to furnish bis customers With the latest stilt* of good...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

Bellefonte €|£) Kestorant, bishop xH8r street. t\ THK HOUSE KNOWN AS TUB TEMPERANCE ITOTKI . GEORGE PECK respectfully informs his friends and the poMi'e, that lie has refitted this establishment, where he intends keeping an OYSTER ANfl BATING HOUSE. He has ovttte arrangements to have constantly on hand, a supply of Baltimore and Philadelphia OYSTERS IN THE SHELL, which he will furnish to customer's and prtrate families, at reasonable prices and at all hoars, A PRIVATE PARLOR has been fitted up, expressly for ladies and privats parties^ He solicits a share of patronage, and promises tf save neither bbor or expense to make bis csta-b" ltslimont the resort of the public. Bel!ef«.n:e, Oct. 3th..—t!.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

Written for the Central Press HOW DO YOU FEEL,! BYiLIZZIE LIVELY. Like a dark and solemn river Flowing in its depths forever—So my feelings, sad and dreary, Swell my bosom, ever Miary With a heart oppressed with care, And a spirit seems to woo me Onward, upward to the sky, To a land.of blessed union, To a home where none do die. Feeling thus, I often linger To observe scorn's waving ringer Pointing sadly but too surely Oft to those because they're poorly Blessed with worldly fame and land; Then a spirit seems to move me, Move me, laughing at the.plan-That has filled ihe world with beinga Such as him, and call it man. Oft 1 feel, as pride and grandieur, Through their mazy aisles do wander, That perhaps their tinsled treasure May lake wings, and then their pleasure Will disappear like morning's mist. Then a spirit seems to urge me, Nobly lo engage for good-^- Batlling bravely, while life's lasting, As each mortal ever should. How do you feel? Are you certain, All your faults, behi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

(SPIt is an indication of guilt, in any man }o magnify the faults- of others in order to liiife his own sins and inconsistency. This f tcl Smith Banihart, the Eirfietfged junior of ihn clique's- organ relives when he talks of the inconsistency of the Junior of the Pr!tS, and endeavors to mislead ths honest Demoeia's of Centre county as- to car position. It >s an apparent truth that Smith never was a JlerrtocYat—llial he inherited treason \vith his impudence—and thai he so far showed his anxiety f»r office as to record an oath against Democrats, and even ihen^ accepted their favor—then, we say, when he was in nightly conclave with the K>ow-Nothing party, he managed by chicanery and croaking to obtain a nomination, while honest Democrats like ou: selves were simple enough to support him. I\ow, Smith, what Jo we owe you ? Are we your debtor—or have yon become, so fresh from the ranka of the K. N's, a discriminator between Democrats ? What have you done for Democracy, ex...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

Its Effects on Individual*. The revolution in politics has not only affected parlies, bbt it has seriously affected the position and prospects of individuals in every part of ihe Union. For 'the first lime, party le^ts were established alike revolting lo dignity arid to conscience. The creed of the Democratic parly remained, ihe same but in ones particular—yet the refusal to snppsJft that particular measffre, Was the signal of ostrasism—and mafiy honest melt, firmly wedded heretofore to the Democratic arganliSalionj were forced hito" an antagonism unnatural wiih (hem, but an expediency which became necessary to preserve their manhood. Thfi alteration of the Democratic platform was not an abolition of any of its standatd principles, but the introduction of doctrines entirely anti-Democratic, and therefore re pugnant to the Democratic party, at least the conservative portion of that organization. The doclrine of Slate sovereignty i* as old as the States themselves. By this princip...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

1858.' The passage of years, with their occurring events, is one of those spectacles which apparently arrest ihe attention of mankind less than any of the influences by which ihey are -surrounded. Time's influenie is as power ful as il is silent. It creates and changes as rapidly as it flies^leavirig its traces to be marked, nol so ofieti when they occur,'as when it Is too late to remedy any evil which ihe"V rriiy iriflic't) or miss the pleasures which they dispense. And yel we are an admirer of lime1 —irieanihg by We lhat al! of us love to linger over.the history of Time, when embalmed in classic story or beautified by eloquence .or song.. We love to stray amid iti fields of rec rd, culiing flowers which have *6sl their fragrance by age—or fancy that we yet hear the tones of music that swelled from lips now iced in death. But who marks Time as he flies ? Who converses wiih the ES^The following tables are iulerestin » at this time, when aspirants for,the Presidency begin to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

LOCAL NEWS/ Religions Isalellagcncev On Christmas and on Sunday thff differ ent churches tfere filled with their Congregations. In each of the ch'irches the sermons preached were of an appropriate character, and all of them as we have heard, marked by that ability which cheracterizes the pulpits in iJelleff/nte. On Sunday evening Rev. Sarik's preached from the Methodist pulpit. Wo did not hear him, but his sermon is sp'dkerl of by those who did, as one of great force and power. Mr. Sanks is known as one of the ablest ministers connected with the Methodist Church. Rev. D-tvid McKinney was in town last Sunday, and preached sermons in the morning and evening from the Presbyterian pulpit. There are few abler divines at present proclaiming the gospel in this country. His sermon_on Sunday evening was a matchless display of. eloquence, rhetoric and argument, containing at the same time the soundest theological expositions we have ever listened to from the same divine. St. Johsi's F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

A. Card from Prof. Burrrll.-To the Editors of Oie "Central Press: ' In your last issue Mr. Wm. G. Waring—' in his appeals to those engaged in school1 affairs, takes occasion to appeal to. mV,-publicly, "as a' tesche'r and air citir-'h/' While I ever did detest p'efty.quarrels and strifes',- there is Efofhing which, In my esti-" mation, tends to lower tire dignity of men!". more than a 'fiew'sp'ap'ot Warfare. Since" the great cannon, however, Unis efpToax'd"' with the two-fold design1 , ho cJotfbty. -of' causing a commotion b' y its deafening pealsy. .-and of probing the strength' of an oppo^' sing battery, I am c'otn'pelled to follow' suit. And although ilie g^rtr/qf whioh I have charge is but a small, indifrefen't' one at Best,' and at present well nigh wofn'.cit ff. b;f c'otrsta'rit rise,- with" it J freely and fear-' lessly enter the contest, face the Big Guru at fd sh'ail defend myself wfttf vigor and energ'/.. TUe profound eruditionforwhicfb: Wm. G. Wariwg has heret fore be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

^frcyjTj-^. --— p • VUlfi'Ti ¦ lMr"T»ii r""^-^- ¦ WH ®kictttol fw* f BELLEFONTE, PA. 4 m ? ^¦ -¦ iS Friday Morning, E>ec. 31, 1S5S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

THE MARKETS. P.cj)ortedfor the Central Press.. Bellefonte, Dec. 30,18£8. The local market exhibits uo change for ihe past weekf owing to the fact that we are in the midst of ihe hollydays. Z.^vequole below, prices as they were at noon yesterday. While Whcal.per bushel, $l,20.il.30. Kye .. 50 Com... .. s6 Corn Sirs, " 50 Oals, •• 33 Prime Clovcrseed, •• $5 00 Barley. •» Buckwheat, " S6 Tallow, per pound, 12 Butler, " go Lard, " ]0 Beef, •.' 5 1'ork; " S EggS", per doz.' J.fJ -Pi'in.ASjKi.i'HiA, December 2S. Flour dull but firm—sales at $5, 12ia5.52 for superfine: $5.20u.5.75 for extra, and S5, 87^7,25 fur exlra family and fancy. Rye flour and corn meal are quiet at $3.75 for former, and S3.25 lor latter. The leceipts of wheat have fallen off—sales: of 5.000 bus. I'enn'a in lots at S2.23al.27 for good and and prime red, and £l,34al,45 for while. Rye cammands 78 cents for Delaware, and 80 cents for I'enn'a.—Corn less abundant—email sales of new yellow at 68a71cts. Oats, in fair dem...

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